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it again. the defense department's five biggest contractors have been raising cash holdings by a whopping 70% in the last quarter. should they be this worried? we're going to speak with a couple of defense analysts in the back half of the program. >> also, do house speaker john boehner's constituents think he's doing enough to avert the looming crisis? we're going to hear from chief washington correspondent john harwood who is just back from a trip from his home state of ohio. >>> up next, though, fallout from last week's autonomy mess mounteding. hewlett-packard's ceo and former hp head all sued by a shareholder for alleged fraud. it's getting ugly out there. we're going to speak with a lawyer gearing up to represent other hp plaintiffs when we come back. [ male announcer ] if you suffer from heartburn 2 or more days a week, why use temporary treatments when you can prevent the acid that's causing it with prevacid24hr. with one pill prevacid24hr works at the source to prevent the acid that causes frequent heartburn all day and all night. and with new prevacid24hr perks, you can earn rewa
that i have observed that works and is helpful for the department of the defense. talking about a strategy, a broader view, and then through the report get into the details. in the congress, we have all these different committees that claimed some part of the jurisdiction. i had a simple solution. pete, we need some energy legislation and leadership. good luck. every now and then, i would get into his territory and he would teach me a lesson about how far i could get into energy policy because he would come to me and say we have to do this differently. one of the questions i know people will ask -- why are you doing it now? the obama administration will have an opportunity to look at these proposals in november and december and hopefully decide to take advantage of them and use them next year. also i am hopeful and will recommend that this not just be administrative action. congress should implement this, too. beyond that, we will have the proper recommendations with regard to other issues of security, jobs, efficiencies, innovation. this is such an important part of our economy
in defense attorney and law professor joey jackson. joey, you know, on the surface this sounds big. almost unbelievable. >> huge. >> how could they have missed this, but i guess the question is if it hadn't been missed, if they had found this, if the prosecution had this in their hands, would it have changed the outcome? >> i think this is what we call outcome determinetive. how powerful would it have been for the prosecution to have evidence the day she went missing of a search that said "fool proof suffocation." i think it's a game changer. it's a huge miss on their part. even more importantly, the defense had this. how could the prosecution not? >> that's right. defense attorney jose baez said he knew about this all along and was actually waiting for it to come up. >> it never did. exactly. so interestingly enough, the question is asked, well, you ho could a defense attorney do that? don't we share information? the answer is yes but no, but here's what i mean. there's an obligation for what we call reciprocal discovery. if i have information, i have to give it to the prosecution so they
sorts of the parts of the earth we spent a trillion on basically on welfare that is more than defense and medicare combined. but we are talking about illegal immigrants that are given food stamps and they are not entitled to medicaid or medicare or social security. it is a food stamp program and set up with whether mexico is pulling up their fair share. >> and john, you go to the web site. anybody can go to the web site. welcome to america web site this is it just a page from it government ben fets and welcome to america here are the benefits and here are the freebeies. and depending on your immigration status and length of time in the u.s., you may be eligible for federal benefit programs and it goes through a long lit any and it is long and a lot of money. >> it is unfortunate. immigrants are treasures the arrival of each one makes us more american because it signifies. >> if they are here to work. >> absolutely. it is it the last thing you want to do is offer them hand out to come here. that insures that you get a lower quality person coming here. we want to attract those who want
defense system. it shot down hundreds of missiles fired from gaza. today, the missile interceptor is meant to stop mid range missiles up to 180 miles, the next stage in what israel calls a multi layer missile defense. >> and new york mayor announcing a federal grant to hire unemployed people for clean up efforts after the storm expected to put 5,000 new yorkers to work, also announcing the state is partnering with fema to replace fema workers with new yorkers. now back to "countdown to dooms day". sday. >> bill: december 21, 2012 is the winter solstice what some people call doomsday. six months before it was the summer solstice and thousands of yoga lovers were celebrating in new york city's time square. it was literally a far stretch from doomsdayers. >> there is nothing to suggest that gigantic floods and earthquakes will destroy our world. >> there are prophesy that has say the world is going to end. >> i think what we're dealing with is denial of our own deaths. >> this obscure relic monument 6 is the focus of the mayan countdown to doomsday. worn and this strange thing translated the
minutes past the hour. new overnight israeli defense minister ehud barak is resigning his post. he says he is quitting politics. he says it's to spend more time with his family. he will leave his post in january. ehud barak's resignation comes less than two weeks after israel launched an all-out strike on hamas military positions in the gaza strip, saying it could no longer tolerate the constant rocket attacks by hamas on his israeli territory. >>> the filmmaker behind "innocence of muslims" the crude anti-muslim short film that ignited protests in the islamic world says he has no regrets about making the film. in written responses, he also told "the new york times" he had no regrets about how he treated the cast, saying they signed contracts that did not prevent changes in the script. in addition the deadly protests the film also read to nakoula's arrest for providing supervised release on a friday conviction. he is currently serving time in jail in los angeles. >> human error is to blame for last week's gas explosion at a strip club in springfield, massachusetts. at least 21 people were
helps us in defense issues and other things, and we're not doing that now. part -- >> easiest place for public support for america for the agenda. >> that's the way to do it. >> get it right -- >> what would that be compromised of? >> negotiate the first tread agreement in over four years. president obama's the first president not to negotiate a trade agreement. >> no, no, those were gorgeted -- >> well -- >> negotiated by the previous administration, got through, and bottom line is we have an opportunity right now, in europe and asia, to knock down barriers, non-tariff barriers, overwhelming support from the republicans for thatment i think it would have been tougher in the first time. i understand the terms in the democratic party, but it's a time to move op from that. the only point i disagree with michael a little bit is we have the problems that you just mentioned. europe and japan have them much worse than we. we need to help our current largest trading partners get it right by knocking down barriers so we can all engage china and the other emerging markets in a way that serve
want to put that out there, put them on the defensive. and by the way, if they reject a fair deal, it makes it easier for us to deal with our own politics because we've showed that the problem is more than tehran. >> david ignatius, the same question i asked richard haass. do you think the iranians will take a threat from the united states more seriously than saddam hussein, or noriega or other dictators took in years past? >> the iranians have believed for years, certainly ever since i visited tehran in 2006, that the u.s. is not prepared to go to war to stop iran's nuclear program no matter what we may say or threaten. they just don't think -- they think it would be crazy for us to do it and that we're not crazy. i think an additional problem for president obama in making his policy by any means necessary credible is that this presidential campaign showed clearly to me the absolute defining moment was the third debate on foreign policy. it showed that the american people do not want to go to war again. the two candidates, romney and obama, were identical in expressing quite rest
to watch defense spending get gouged. [ scream ] >> stephanie: if republicans captain see their way toward additional revenues then we're better off going over the cliff and readdressing this with a better congress in january. >> it's the republicans holding the country hostage. >> they're saying it's more of a slope where the economic effects will be handled gradually. we're going to have a whole new congress. >> more democrats. >> we have the technology. we can make them better. >> stephanie: we built that. >> yes we did. we gave it a bionic eye apparently. >> stephanie: right. patty will have to move her hair to hear you. >> you said what now, mitt romney's plan? no. no. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: what kind of budget geeks, we just have that sound effect. >> it's come in handy more often than not. >> stephanie: i go like this and you do that. >> that was the bionic man effect. >> stephanie: hers is like ding-ding-ding, like sonar. [ dinging ] >> republicans would most likely bear the public blame if policy makers deadlock. only 29% would blame the president. it's very important that we
at fatherhood.gov. >> israel successful tlising the nuclear defense system. the iron dome missile shield shot down hundreds from gaza. they unveiled the sling which shot down it's rocket. they were supposed to stop mid range 180 miles and is the next stage in what israel calls the multi layer missile defense. andrew cuomo helping super storm sandy and others. $20 million federal grant to hire unemployed people to help with cleanup efforts following the storm. they are expected to put 5,000 new yorkers to work. they are partnering with fema to put out of state fema workers with new yorkers. now back to count down to doomsday. >> december 21st, 2012, is the winter solstice or what some people call doomsday. 6 months before that day was a summer solstice. thousands of yoga lovers were celebrating at the crossroads of the world in new york city's times square. these people's state of mind was a as ffar stretch from doomsday. here's a look at why predictions of destruction are simply missed. >> oo there is nothing in the myian calendar to suggest gigantic floods are going to destroy our world. >>
, in terms of the military supplies, the security, there is no is really, not the defense minister, the prime minister, none of the people who complain about obama as putting pressure on israel, none of them disagree with the fact that obama, the obama administration has been the most supportive administration of any on a level of strategic and military cooperation. when you look at this war in comparison to 2008, there was nearly unanimous support for israel. all of the senators, members of the house were saying, israel has got to defend itself. and when the israelis wanted the united states to go in and help for the cease-fire, the secretary of state what they are despite the fact this was not a prior issue. the issue is can the united states support israel, and at the same time be an effective a broker that takes arab interests into account? that has been the issue. it is not the level of support. host: richard, fla. on our line for independents. caller: it has been said that the muslim brotherhood has the same goal as al-qaida in the sense of wanting to establish a radical islamic governm
as it is a spending problem. >> we heard so much about sequestration in terms of defense cuts. i get entitlements. i get the issue when it comes to taxes. you look at the amount of money this country spends on defense, is it an area where republicans say we can make cuts there as well if you want cuts on entitlements? >> absolutely. we need to make cuts anywhere we can. there are efficiencies we can find in military spending. that doesn't mean that the kind of sequestration called for by the budget act of 2011 is the way to do it. those cuts fall disproportionately on the department of defense and i think that's a problem. i've got a bill in the form of my cut, cap and balance act of 2012 that makes sequestration unnecessary because there are more cuts, some in defense and others in other areas. i have another piece of legislation that i have not yet introduced but am working on. targeted kus so we don't have to carry out all of the cutting in the area of defense or disproportionately in the area of defense. >> i want to bring in u.n. ambassador susan rice, who has a meeting on the hill in the next
's not vince lombardi. and rex makes it sound like he's won five championships. rex, as a defensive assistant, that doesn't count as a championship ring. but sparano was a bad hire as offensive coordinator. he's an offensive line coach. he's not an offensive coordinator. obviously tebow has caused some distraction. and sanchez, some. >> some. >> some. it's too much. too much. >> sanchez is awful. >> it's going to be a tug-of-war between rex ryan and mike t tanenbaum playing out behind the scenes. >> i think woody would be afraid to fire those two. i think he's joined at the hip with tanenbaum. >> that was a public humiliation, the entire nation watching after thanksgiving dinner, everyone saw that. >> it's the funniest play of all time watching sanchez fumbling, runs into the offensive lineman. it's actually funny. >> it's a broken play. so he misreads the play after calling it in the huddle five seconds before. he gets confused. he runs into the posterior of a lineman. >> it's funny. >> falls down and fumbles the ball! >> the posterior of the lineman was thrown into him by vince wilfork. it'
conference he had last week or so where he gave a full-throated defense of her and said to both senators john mccain and lindsey graham, don't go after her. if you have an issue with someone, come after me. and so that's the clearest indication yet that susan rice is probably at the top of the nomination heap. >> indeed. jonathan capehart, lynn sweet, thank you both. >> thank you. >>> next, want to avoid holiday traffic, daily commutes, and offices altogether? run for congress. stay with us. with verizon. this monday online only. get the droid razr by motorola in cranberry, free. or a white 7-inch samsung galaxy tab 2, just $99.99. this holiday, get the best deals on the best devices on the best network. exclusively at verizon. >>> after a brief break for thanksgiving, the majority of americans made the trudge first back home and then back to work this morning, but this did not include our esteemed elected members of capitol hill. oh, no. with an urgent need to address the fiscal cliff, support our economic recovery and consider the unrest in the middle east, congress has the day off. in fact
of it for the interception. he returns it 55 yards for the score. one of the -- one of two pick sixes for the niners' defense. 49ers go on to win, 31-21, and move to 8-2 on the year. saints now a game back of a wild card spot at 5-6. >> and what a weekend for college football. the latest bcs standings came out last night, and there are no real surprises. with a win over southern cal on saturday, the top-ranked fighting irish punched their ticket to miami for the national championship game. and they're going there for the first time since 1989. they're going to take on either alabama or georgia who will face off this weekend for the s.e.c. championship game in atlanta. that's going to be a heck of a battle. florida and oregon round out the top five. and mika, as you said, that florida offense really surprising. you're right about the gators. you told me early in the year, watch out for those gators. >> i tell you, my insight is valuable. i'm glad you're finally getting that. >> finally. >>> always shoot us as e-mail at waytooearly@msnbc.com or tweet us and let us know why you're awake. we'll read the best res
on the israeli side are accusing prime minister netanyahu of backing down. the former head of the israeli defense forces now a political rival of netanyahu said, quote: the goals of his operation were not reached and the next round is only a matter of time. we should not have stopped at this stage. hamas got stronger and we did not gain deterrence. prime minister netanyahu of course would say that his goal was to stop the rocket attacks. he did that and that israel still has the ability to go back in and crush hamas militarily if it deems it is necessary. jon. >> jon: but this is not the first time that attacking israel has helped. what much of the world considers a terrorist group. >> yeah, you only have to go back to 2006 the war that israel fought against hezbollah in will be none. launched a range of rocket attacks against israel. israeli forces launched a similar onslaught against them. at the end of all of that hezbollah became much more popular in lebanon. much more powerful politically, now you may see a similar situation play out in in the palestinian people. what other experts way woo
view government defense work. people are hacking our system. trying to get her secrets. trying to understand what our government is trying to do to perfect our system. the urgency of now to me is there are millions of jobs that are available for kids all around this country. in the area of protecting the homeland, protecting her secrets were fighting on the battlefield, the technology arena is so important we saw with hurricane katrina, when we lost technology, we lost order. technology is a huge benefit. there are so many people who want to say that kids just can't learn. some kids just can't learn. so i would say, do we really believe that kids cannot learn? are there opportunities for kids, and is in our security at stake in a lot of other ways other than on the battlefield but in the secrets and intellectual property of the united states and the people who work on this and when are we going to connect the dots? when we going to break the system down and pull up the system and this mentality? >> governor bush brings us together once a year to reflect on us. so help me unders
that a victory. but they're trying to make hay and get local support. >> and they lost their key defense chief as well. there was another major player over the last few days. that's been egypt and mohamed morsi. he's largely credited by the u.s. for helping the cease-fire deal happen. but he did something extraordinary overnight, which he gave himself some new administrative powers, essentially makes all of this rulings over the last five months and going forward immune from any kind of legal challenges. some people are saying this is just the next step in becoming more of a dictator here. was he taking advantage of the situation? >> well, we'll have to watch this closely. it appears, you know, the timing is curious. he's gotten the support and this pump, particularly for this role in mediating the cease-fire from the united states, and from others. he's really seen as emerging stronger from this. but this is an issue that goes back to whether the judiciary in egypt was appointed by mubarak and a check on the executive branch. and what he said is this is a temporary, until they have a constitu
of promoting internal improvements. it's perhaps, you know, a little bit of a defense there. >> yeah. you know, i probably should have warred -- worded that better. let me rephrase that. he didn't mind big government if it was his big government. [laughter] it was more the he didn't want washington controlling. that there was that individualism, but individualism as a community and to -- and so he wanted the control to be through him and then, you know, down through, you know, the control. and i think you're right. it was more an tip think toward secular government particularly from washington than really big government. >> doctor maxwell you'll have to speak lout -- loudly there's not a mic down here. they're bringing it. wait just a moment. [laughter] [inaudible] >> my question has do with the publicity that was given to brigham young's death. in the days and weeks that follow his dpet, newspapers across the country were severely negative about his legacy. and i'm interested to know what considerations went through your mind in deciding to leave some of those rather severe criticism about of
police he fought in self-defense. but aubry was more seriously hurt, taken by ambulance to be treated for broken ribs and a possible head injury. >> the fact is, if you shove someone, that doesn't give them license to pummel you back. and that ultimately may be what gabriel aubry argues to a judge. >> reporter: aubry is currently the only one facing charges for misdemeanor investigation of battery, after martinez declared a citizen's arrest. but legal analysts say that doesn't hold the same weight, as an arrest initiated by police. >> it ultimately may be a he said/he said. while halle berry was a witness, she's not going to be viewed as an unbiased witness. >> reporter: the case could have serious consequences. just weeks ago, a judge refused berry's request to move to france. a request she made because there's tougher laws against paparazzi there. aubry has successfully argued the move would unfairly separate him from his daughter. but now -- >> california law is very clear. if a parent engages in an act of domestic violence or some sort of altercation, that can be used against them
produced in afghanistan. iran is the first line of defense. americans can completely forget about the nuclear issue. the issue of fighting the drug trade, we are going to give you some -- that is outside of this negotiation that can work as a confidence-building measure. >> ok. thank you for those answers. another question we have has to do with the iaea's ongoing investigation on iran which i understand is not part of the p-5 plus one dialogue with iran. it's an issue with iaea, the director and the iranians. this has been going on for sometime. there have been news reports within the last month that the iaea and iran were going to meet in december, mid december, to discuss what's referred to the structured approach for investigating past activities. what -- so the question here is -- how can iran and the iaea resolve those issues, especially when there are serious concerns about potential military dimensions? how does iran get out of that without further criticism for their sanctions but at the same time clean its file? your thoughts. ambassador ekeus, this is an issue that the
for areas to enter in o short position on lockheed martin. >> defense stocks because of the fiscal cliff. >> yes, but once that gets solved, i think you have a huge rally in early 2013. then you're left with the real facts, that we're massively accumulating debt. interest rates are artificially low at 0%. >> and we've known that. >> and we're counterfeiting money like crazy. that is not the way to build an economy. i mean, come on. how sustainable is this economy? really? >> we got it. you're right. >> did i make my point clear? >> you never know what he's thinking. >> it's the phoney recovery. it's built on an adjustable rate mortgage. an interest rate shock. when it comes out, it's going to wipe out the solvency of this nation. >> that may be the case. everything you say may be right, but the bottom line is i want to know what the stock market is going to do as a result. the fed is printing money. they're going to print more. if you think there's going to be qe-4, why wouldn't the stock market go up? >> because blowing up the amount of base money isn't enough to get the monetary aggreg
to escalate the situation in gaza. no defense is perfect. and our hearts break for the loss of every civilian israel, and palestinian, and for all of those who have been wounded or are living in fear or danger. >> john: think back to 1998 that was the year -- i'm sorry. 1999 was the year that mrs. clinton said a two-state solution was the only way out. after that of course, the bush administration adopted a two-state solution and the obama administration adopted a two-state solution as a policy. that makes three administrations in a row, and yet no one wants to make it happen. of course some people think this is a very bad idea. i think having the blockade for gaza is a really bad idea. i think it hurt's israel's safety and security long term and now that egypt is run by a guy who is not exactly a dictator fascist puppet controlled by america, i think you will see a change. and i pray that the egyptian/israel peace agreement will never be threatened. that's one of the greatest achievements i think for america of the last 50 years. we can only hope this is the last of its
of this. it proved that its iron dome missile defense system could protect vast areas and could shoot down the majority of hamas rockets. and one of the things it's going to get out of this from the united states is additional help in providing more missiles for iron dome so that it has even a greater range of protection. so the dynamics are changing a little bit on both sides. both sides can claim victory. but neither side can win militarily and both sides know that. >> you just brought up iron dome. you also brought up hezbollah, which brings up the question of iran here, another major actor, maybe the key actor in opposition to israel in the region. if you're iran and you just watched this for the last ten days, what do you take from it? >> well, that israel does have means of protecting itself. it does have this new iron dome defense capability. i'm not convinced that iran actually, if it is developing a nuclear weapon, has the intention of using it against israel. but what it -- what the bigger question really is would hezbollah and neighboring -- in a country that neighbors israel us
of offense or defense. it was all just loining the kids up and having them tag each other. there was, you know, in my experience, watching and playing football when i was younger. somebody is trying to elude somebody. it was literally bam, bam. and when the kid didn't rise up to the level of achievement the coach wanted. it's pitiful. it's not dancing. the back of the jersey are reading animal and eliminator. my question is who is watching the people? my son is now 14, i interviewed dr. can ton a couple of years ago, to decide whether or not i wanted to let my son play. and i went the junior high school, and they have no guidelinings. they just canceled the program this year. but there was no coaching guidelines. there was a kid out there coaching defense and he's literally every other minute telling the kids to light them up. put them on the ass. that was all of it. there was no technique involved whatsoever. who is watching these people? that's what i want to know. there needs to be another layer. i agree with that. >> uh-uh. john walsh? >> we've heard a couple of assessments here on th
the defense of marriage act and i think the first would be a very solid foundation for a supreme court ruling. it will issue some kind of result next june. the final question is the pairing question, the proposition a question. does the u.s. constitution requires states to recognize same-sex marriages? mclean suggested and i argued in 1996 that the constitution as a matter of principle does prohibit such discrimination. the question is not as the constitution prohibit it? i think that is the right answer and i believe that is the answer people will have to reach as a society at some point. the real question is, do we want the u.s. supreme court to reach that result in 2013 by taking review and ruling as broadly as judge walker ruled, or do we want the supreme court to rule more narrowly? or perhaps the best result is for the supreme court to deny the review and send it back to have the ninth circuit reaffirm its and have same-sex marriage licenses start issuing in california again. this is an issue whose outcome is inevitable, but it is not inevitable that the answer will be delivered in 2013
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know of or was discussed in the complaint. but your point is a good one. we don't know what the defense is here in terms of mr. martoma and his lawyer, do we? >> we don't. we have strong bullish language from charlie in favor of his client. we also have a fact that the feds have been trying for years to build a case against a higher up at s.a.c., probably cohen based on what we hear as of this week. so far it hasn't worked out. the other interesting tidbit from the other day, the journal reported there was a wiretap placed on one of steve cohen's phones sometimes around the time of this sale of this insider trading allegedly driven position. there was a two-week wiretap of cohen's phones. we don't know whether that wiretap was present when the key conversation was had with martoma or not. if you read the complaint, there's very little detail about that pivotal conversation. we really don't -- it's possible they're not showing their full hand them have more that we haven't seen. it's possible that they don't have a lot of case tying cohen to insider trading allegations. >> kate kelly, th
. and international, so the fiscal cliff and everybody talks about the dra coneon armageddon with defense contractors that's not us. our government is state, local, homeland security. >> do you expect google to make handsets five years from now? >> very, very tough business. mobility lost 530 million last quarter. i think it's a tough road. there's room for apple and samsung and maybe one other player. tough. i'm glad we got out of the business and are focused on what we're doing. last point on fiscal cliff, it's not about ideology and not about -- >> oh yes it is. >> it's about making a deal, not a point. i'm optimistic we can do it. >> you should get into the censor business. >> thank you for being here. we really appreciate it. >>> coming up, crunch time for retailer, we'll get a cyber monday report from power retailers. d to cost a fortune. nobody said an all-in-one had to be bulky. or that you had to print from your desk. at least, nobody said it to us. introducing the business smart inkjet all-in-one series from brother. easy to use. it's the ultimate combination of speed, small size, and low-c
attacked again. our computers are beings hacked. this is many times this year. we do government defense work, people are hacking our systems. trying to get our secrets. trying to understand what our government is trying to do to protect ourselves. and the urgency of now me is there are millions of jobs that are available for kids all around this country in the area of protecting our homeland whether it's protecting our secrets, or fighting on battle fields or away. the technology arena is so important. we have saw in the new orleans after katrina, when we lost technology, we lost order. we lost law and order. technology is a huge benefit but a huge risk. there are so many people who want to say that kids just can't learn. some kids just can't learn. so i would say do we really believe kids can't learn? aren't there really opportunities for kids and isn't our security at stake in a lot of other ways other than on the battle field? but in the secret in the intellectual property of the united states and the people who work for us? and when are we going connect these dots? when are we going
was also tried. she remarkably spoke in her own defense against the most powerful man on earth was based in massachusetts at that time and best of them by many accounts, but was also forced out of massachusetts. she went to neighboring rhode island and participated in the founding of that is a colony in the writing of this charter, which was the first colony to have a charter that calls for a freedom of religion in a sense. and it's roger williams who introduced the notion that there should be a hedge is a ration between church and state. >> host: sandy comiskey, a lahoma company been very patient. please go ahead with your question for author kenneth davis. >> caller: thank you are a match for taking my call. mr. davis, in your books, talking about history, how much indian history do you bring into your books whenever you read about the president's and their interaction and then they removed the tribes from their land? i am a descendent of john rawls and i've had the privilege in that latter years to visit their homes down in georgia in various as they are a learned a lot about my famil
they have done all year a great defensive stand to keep sc out of the end zone. 22-13 the irish undefeated headed to miami against alabama, georgia if the fcc title game. ohio state capped a perfect 12-0 yesterday by taking out michigan. not making father john happy. what happens now? nothing. nonetheless great job by that coach urban meyer. ♪ >> that's pro vvo utah parker style. high school recruits come to their school. students also printed t-shirts to try to use white paper to spell his name. definitely an a for effort. not sure if it will get the job done. i like what they are doing to try to bring kids to byu. >> i love it. >> tried to get you guys to do your gingham style dance. >> how will rick. do you have a style, no way. >> not in public anyway. >> maybe with the whiskey notes some of that will come out. >> futures steve doocy, is that what you are saying? is that your job? >> maybe. >> you also said you are going to win the lottery. if you win the lottery you might not have to be steve doocy. those are the problems you might face if you win. >> weather maps as you wake up thi
massive layoffs. >> lockheed martin is a safer cow. there's got to be fat in the defense industry. >> what about aetna who says this is going to lead to layoffs to the point where it increases their medical costs. so they're going to lay off people. >> we should introduce our nobel laureate. >> we do have a nobel laureate at the table. robert engel is a nobel laureate in economics who won the prestigious award in 2003 for his work analyzing volatility. he's also a professor of finance at nyu's school ofs. while we have you, do you have views on the fiscal cliff? >> you know, the fiscal cliff is on everybody's radar, but i think it's not the only thing that needs to be on our radar because i think that the situation in europe could actually turn out to be just as damaging for the u.s. economy as the fiscal cliff. >> is that a picture of us if we don't handle our problems here too? is that the ghost of the future? >> i think in both cases, we're talking about politics getting in the way of economics. i think the fiscal cliff could be dealt with exactly as you said. if the politics weren't su
, there was not a single ref of offense or defense. it was all just loining the kids up and having them tag each other. there was, you know, in my experience, watching and playing football when i was younger. somebody is trying to elude somebody. it was literally bam, bam. and when the kid didn't rise up to the level of achievement the coach wanted. it's pitiful. it's not dancing. the back of the jersey are reading animal and eliminator. my question is who is watching the people? my son is now 14, i interviewed dr. can ton a couple of years ago, to decide whether or not i wanted to let my son play. and i went the junior high school, and they have no guidelinings. they just canceled the program this year. but there was no coaching guidelines. there was a kid out there coaching defense and he's literally every other minute telling the kids to light them up. put them on the ass. that was all of it. there was no technique involved whatsoever. who is watching these people? that's what i want to know. there needs to be another layer. i agree with that. >> uh-uh. john walsh? >> we've heard a couple of assess
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